03-08-2014, 03:52 AM
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Can't tell you yet. I have a ghost shrimp right now and the angelfish sometimes go after him but not viciously. Like, they'll see him, go up to him and he will dart away and then they will ignore him. He has a lot of hiding places. Mine are not nearly full grown though, and I hear they get more aggressive as they age and will attack the shrimp, thats why I can only tell you that for the first 6 months it should be fine, but after that, it apparently depends on the personality of the angelfish. Since you'd only have one, its less likely... I have also heard of them eating otos (I researched a lot), but the consensus seemed to be that they likely won't. Since your shrimp and other fish are established its less likely that the new angelfish will try to eat them but still it may be a risk. You could get a trouble maker, or you could get a really peaceful one. You never know.